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Cramping feet?

A few people have been suffering with cramping feet/toes so I thought I would look into it a bit more.  I found some useful advice that a few people in the classes have tried with good effect so I thought I would share the information.

To counter balance the clawing cramping in feet and toes you need to stretch them out.  You can do this by using silicone toe separators – there are many types so look at reviews and see what you think – here is an example https://www.amazon.co.uk/Silicone-Toe-Separators-Spreaders-Overlapping/dp/B07DCCYJ1X/ref=sr_1_15_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1543483108&sr=8-15&keywords=silicone+toe+separators

The people I know who have had good success in under one week have used them for 20 minutes to one hour prior to going to bed and have relieved there night cramps considerably.  Let me know if you try them so I can report back to people with your result.

Also think about your foot wear – our feet need space in our shoes for our toes to spread rather than be cramped inside narrow fitting shoes – so check out your shoes and see if you might be more comfortable in a wider, more spacious shoe or go barefoot in the house.  This podcast is worth a listen to understand how important our feet are to us https://drchatterjee.com/stay-pain-free-foot-collective/

Good luck and keep me posted

 

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Exercise Can Work!

Check out this inspiring short story.  Exercise, goals and motivation is an amazing combination when facing Parkinson’s.  I look forward to hearing some of your challenges and ambitions after watching this.  This is the time to challenge yourselves and head for that goal.

 

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New PD Warrior Class

I am very excited to announce the  launch of my first 10 week PD Warrior Licensed Program in February 2018.  The class will be at Bisham Abbey Sports Centre SL7 1RR, near Maidenhead and Marlow.   Sign up in  January to secure a place and have your assessment .  See more details on the PD Warrior Page.